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6 – “8/7. 5.” by Beth Winterburn

6 – “8/7. 5.” by Beth Winterburn

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Abstract painter Beth Winterburn favors bold, gestural brush strokes and minimalist details. Printed on top-quality gold mylar paper and framed within American walnut. Handmade in Austin, Texas.

Overall Dimensions: 24.00"w x 2.50"d x 24.00"h

Four Hands Art Studio offers an exclusive collection of cutting-edge works by independent artists, each specially framed to bring new dimension to the wall. From varied mediums including vivid watercolors to abstract oil paintings and modern photography, an expert team of Austin-based curators, print-makers and framers source exclusive content and dynamic displays designed to elevate the experience of a room. Unique presentation materials including oak, maple, canvas, acrylic, and more bring a thoughtfully selected, museum-quality look to any wall and any style.

Item Number: ULOF-1093
Collection: Art Studio
Colors: Walnut, Gold Paper
Materials: American Walnut, Mylar Paper
Weight: 15 lb
Volume: 2.12 cu ft

Box Dimensions: 29.00" w x 4.50" d x 29.00" h
Box Weight: 20 lbs.

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